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5 June 2007
LELAND, John (c.1503-1552). The Itinerary, edited by Thomas Hearne. Oxford: At the Theatre for J. Fletcher and J. Pote at Eton, 1770-68-69. 9 volumes in 3, 8°. Engraved device on general title, folding engraved plate (plate rather offset). Contemporary calf (rebacked, corners repaired). Provenance: George Wilbraham (armorial bookplate).
FERGUSON, Adam (1723-1816). An Essay on the History of Civil Society. London: for T. Cadell [and others], 1793. (Occasional light spotting). Contemporary calf, flat spine panelled in gilt and with black lettering piece (spine a little rubbed). Sixth edition. (4)
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